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“A long time ago a daughter was crying to her father that her life was suffering and she did not know what to do. He was tired of fighting and fighting all the time. Apparently one problem was solved, the other was immediately followed.

Her father, who was a cook, took her to the kitchen. Fill three jars with water and place each on a large fire. When the three pots were boiling, she put the potatoes in one pot, the eggs in the second pot, and the coffee beans in the third pot.

He then allowed them to sit down and boil it, without saying anything to his daughter. The daughter, sighing and impatient, wondered what she was doing.

After 20 minutes you turn off the heat. He took the potatoes out of the pot and put them in a bowl. She pulled out some boiled eggs and placed them in a bowl.

He then took out the coffee and put it in a cup. Turning to her, she asked. ‘Daughter, what do you see?’

‘Potatoes, eggs and coffee,’ he replies hurriedly.


‘Look closely,’ he said, ‘touch the potatoes.’ He did so and saw that they were soft. He then asked her to take the egg and break it. After removing the shell, he saw a boiled egg. Finally, she invited him in for coffee. Its rich scent brought a smile to his face.

‘Dad, what does this mean?’ He asked.

He then explained that each potato, eggs and coffee beans have the same difficulty – boiling water.

However, each one responded differently.

The potatoes came in strong, firm, and indestructible, but in boiling water, they became soft and weak.

The egg was fragile, with a thin outer shell protecting its liquid interior and immersing it in boiling water. Then the egg hardened inside.

However, low coffee beans were different. After being exposed to boiling water, they change the water into new ones.

‘Who are you?’ Asked his daughter. ‘When you knock on your door, how do you react? Are you a potato, an egg, or a coffee bean? ”



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